Rose Fyleman

(1877_1957 / Nottingham)

Rose Fyleman Poems

1. Very Lovely 9/6/2016
2. The Fairy Flute 9/6/2016
3. A Strange Pair 9/6/2016
4. I Don't Like Beetles 9/6/2016
5. Have You Watched The Fairies? 9/6/2016
6. Peacocks 9/6/2016
7. Fairy Song 9/6/2016
8. Rainy Morning 9/6/2016
9. Fairy Lore 9/6/2016
10. The Fairy Ball 9/6/2016
11. Consolation 9/6/2016
12. Fairies And Chimneys 9/6/2016
13. Summer Morning 9/6/2016
14. Best 9/6/2016
15. Cat's Cradle 9/6/2016
16. White Magic 9/6/2016
17. The Willow Princesses 9/6/2016
18. Fairy Lullaby For A Mortal 9/6/2016
19. Prepare! 9/6/2016
20. The 'Rooks 9/6/2016
21. The Child Next Door 9/6/2016
22. The Fairies Have Never A Penny To Spend 9/6/2016
23. Differences 9/6/2016
24. The Robin 9/6/2016
25. If 9/6/2016
26. The Fountain 9/6/2016
27. The Fairies Give Thanks 9/6/2016
28. Every Fairy Has A Star 9/6/2016
29. If You Meet A Fairy 9/6/2016
30. A Fairy Went A-Marketing 9/6/2016
31. I Stood Against The Window 9/6/2016
32. The Balloon Man 9/6/2016
33. The Apple-Tree 9/6/2016
34. In Bond Street 9/6/2016
35. Timothy 9/6/2016
36. Yesterday In Oxford Street 9/6/2016
37. The Grouse 9/6/2016
38. The Fairy Lover 9/6/2016
39. A Complaint 9/6/2016
40. The Skylark 9/6/2016
Best Poem of Rose Fyleman

I Stood Against The Window

I STOOD against the window

And looked between the bars,
And there were strings of fairies

Hanging from the stars;
Everywhere and everywhere

In shining, swinging chains;
The air was full of shimmering,

Like sunlight when it rains.

They kept on swinging, swinging,

They flung themselves so high
They caught upon the pointed moon

And hung across the sky.
And when I woke next morning,

There still were crowds and crowds
In beautiful bright bunches

All sleeping on the clouds.

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Fairies

THERE are fairies at the bottom of our garden!
It's not so very, very far away;
You pass the gardner's shed and you just keep straight ahead -
I do so hope they've really come to stay.
There's a little wood, with moss in it and beetles,
And a little stream that quietly runs through;
You wouldn't think they'd dare to come merrymaking there-
Well, they do.

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